What’s On in Kent March

There is always something exciting to do when you Visit Kent.  Here are some suggestions for things to do in Kent during March.

Days Out in Kent

Tours and Tastings all year round at Biddenden Vineyards

For those just passing there is no need to book to come and see us. There is a self-guided tour route around the vines for you to take a stroll at your leisure and our shop is open for refreshments, tastings and gifts. Four-legged friends are welcome, but must be on leads.

The vineyard shop is open daily and is stocked with a vast selection of local artisan foods including local cheeses, locally brewed beer, local spirits, a wide range of preserves and chutneys plus Biddenden’s own honey.

Kentish cheese and charcuterie sharing platters are available and prepared to order and our full range of wines, ciders & juices are available to enjoy by the bottle or the glass. We also serve tea, coffee & a selection of locally produced cakes.

Opening Times

The vineyard is open throughout the year and admissions and tastings are free for private individuals.

Monday – Saturday: 10.00 – 17.00
Sunday & Bank Holidays: 11.00 – 17.00

The Vineyard is closed on Sundays throughout January and February and from noon 24th December to 1st January inclusive.

Biddenden Vineyards,
Gribble Bridge Lane,
Kent. TN27 8DF

Kent Tourist Pass to the Seven Wonders of the Weald

Treat mum to a special day out on the Kent & East Sussex Railway ~ Mothering Sunday 31 March 2019

Enjoy a Cream Tea served on board the 3.35 steam train from Tenterden Town Station.

Pre-purchase your return train journey tickets for the steam hauled departures shown below or buy on arrival at the Booking Office.

These tickets are very popular so we advise purchasing early to avoid disappointment.

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